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Territorio e infraestructura. Identificación estratégica y ponderación de proyectos.

Abstract : Nowadays, the concept of territory is viewed as an organized whole which cannot be considered isolating each of the elements that make it up; said elements are defined according to their relationships with each other. Thus, a thought that integrates different disciplines and fields of knowledge begins to handle a reality that is far from defining immovable certainties and starts to glimpse strategic horizons. Adjustment to the nonlinearity of the relationships that occur regarding the territory, and the different speeds players move compel us to make flexibility the essential feature of strategic planning methodology. The phenomena multi-causality that structures the territory compels us to build qualitative criteria, understanding that it is impossible to measure these causal chains and their complete reconstruction in time; notwithstanding the fact that we should build a deep action frame and formulate a transformation in response to a certain true reality. The phenomena produced in relation to the territory can never be cut off from the rest, what implies a certain responsibility when time calls for comprehension of synergies and of the restriction that affects the results of the processes unleashed. This presentation refers to the Second Phase of the process of strategic identification related to the Territorial Strategic Plan (Plan Estratégico Territorial, PET) projects, which began in 2005; said Plan is carried out by the Ministry of Federal Planning Undersecretary of Territorial Planning, and its approach is based on three purposes: institutionalizing the strategic thinking practice; strengthening a work methodology that is transdisciplinary and multi-sector; and designing a system to ponder strategic infrastructure projects with strong qualitative grounds, both within the provincial level and the national level. This process resulted in a pondered portfolio of infrastructure projects, aided by a methodology that enabled consolidation of provincial planning teams both in their relationships with political decision-makers as well as with players coming from several sectors of government, which ultimately consolidate and strengthen a culture of strategic thinking about the territory.
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Olaf Jovanovich, Gabriel Losano. Territorio e infraestructura. Identificación estratégica y ponderación de proyectos.. 11th Annual International Conference of Territorial intelligence of INTI, "Territorial intelligence and globalization tensions, transition and transformation", Oct 2012, La Plata, Argentina. pp.10. ⟨halshs-00975167⟩



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